Alasdair McCall

Alasdair McCall


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Al is a driven public sector consultant with experience spanning strategic planning, operating model design and business analysis; particularly for major transformations across the government and superannuation sectors. He has experience working across all levels of an organisation, from developing the strategic vision through to helping deliver it. He has particular experience applying quantitative analysis to assess delivery options and drive large ICT transformations.

Influential work

  • Developed the Ways of Working sub-strategy for the Technology Services Group within Services Australia’s Technology Strategy 2025
  • Assessed a large superannuation provider’s readiness to undertake a $100 million business and technology transformation, designed and planned the operating model and developed a five-year transformation plan
  • Helped deliver a second-pass business case for an $80 million+ ICT transformation for the Australian Treasury through a comprehensive program management plan
  • Provided strategic planning and support to Service Australia’s Child Support, Indigenous and Tailored Services Division to identify how to best allocate $5 million worth of technology investment
  • Assisted key stakeholders within the Technology and Services Division of the Australian Department of Employment to review their business and operating model and help navigate complex technological integration.

Outside of Nous

Before joining Nous, Al worked with boutique Consulting firms in Canberra delivering ICT consulting for government clients. He holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of International Relations from The Australian National University and completed the Political Science Program at SciencesPo in France. Al is a Certified Professional in Agile Project and Delivery Management (ICP-APM).

In his spare time...

Al maintains an active lifestyle hiking, lifting weights and bouldering. An extrovert, he loves playing guitar, catching up with friends over coffee and practising the French he is slowly forgetting.